SLEEK Japanese STUDIO APARTMENT Tour + KYOTO STATION Area Guide | Kyoto, Japan

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In late January of 2019, spent twelve incredible days exploring the food, culture, and wonders of Japan. After being a lover of Japanese food since I was a kid, it was amazing to visit the country and have authentic food and culture experiences first-hand.

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Through those experiences, I fell in love with this majestic island nation and am so excited to share this amazing country with you guys!

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After staying in Tokyo for a few days, the next city on my Japanese itinerary was the ancient and traditional city of Kyoto, where I spent two nights. But while I was there, I wanted to give you a quick tour of the apartment I called home. Come join me on a tour of my sleek apartment in the Kyoto Station area!

One of the great things about my apartment is that it’s so close to transportation, literally a ten-minute walk from Kyoto Station, the main train station in the city and one of the biggest in the country. It’s where I arrived at after my bullet train ride from Tokyo, so getting there after my ride was quick and easy.

The apartment building is nice and modern, with bike racks before you enter the lobby, which is guarded by a security system and surveillance cameras. Inside is the elevator, which I rode to the third floor to my unit, apartment 301. The building is very comfortable and safe, and I highly recommend checking it out on Airbnb!

The apartment is protected by two locks, including a double lock. It’s important to remember to take off your shoes at the door when entering a house or apartment in Japan. It’s considered disrespectful if you don’t!

Inside is a kitchenette with a sink and faucet, a gas stovetop, a rack with coffee mugs and glasses, a microwave, a tea maker, a small refrigerator and freezer combo, trash and recycling bins, and a nice closet where you can keep your shoes and other items.

The bathroom is very sleek and technologically advanced and contains a 2-in-1 washer/dryer combo, a shower, a toilet with bidet functionality and a heated seat, and a sink.

The studio apartment also contains a queen-sized bed, a twin bed, and a couch in the main area, as well as a table with a little monitor that displays the temperature outside. There’s also a closet containing extra blankets and pillows, and a really nice terrace! The apartment has everything you could possibly need and is clean and secure and great for a pair of people or even a small family.

The morning after my apartment tour, I headed out to explore the neighborhood. I was so thrilled to see that it was snowing outside! Being from Miami, I don’t get to see snow often, so I was really fortunate to get to see some on this trip.

My first stop was at one of the vending machines right outside my apartment, where I grabbed a cold Boss coffee (100 Yen/$0.90). There’s also a small, Buddhist shrine by the side of the street. Kyoto is filled with temples and shrines; there are over 2,000 of them in the city!

Nearby is a FamilyMart convenience store, one of the three major convenience store chains in Japan. At the end of the street is a gorgeous temple called the Higashi Honganji Temple. I took a seat outside it to enjoy my coffee before continuing on toward the downtown area, which includes Kyoto Tower, a 130-meter structure with an observation deck at the top, and Kyoto Station.

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I hope you enjoyed coming along on this tour of my apartment and the area around Kyoto Station! If you did, please give this video a thumbs up and leave me a comment below. And please subscribe to my channel if you haven’t already. I will see you in the next travel food adventure!

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SLEEK Japanese STUDIO APARTMENT Tour + KYOTO STATION Area Guide | Kyoto, Japan

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